USA men on the podium with Ethiopia and Kenya. (Photo by Michael Scott)
After a successful day one at the FSU Relays, as soon as day two started so did the rain. And boy did it come down! After getting off a few events after a morning delay, the remainder of the meet was called around 3:30PM.
North Augusta junior Nik O'Brien ran a personal best 3,200-meter run of 9 minutes, 13.86 seconds at FSU Relays in Tallahassee.
Lots of great races but 3200s are best of day, Carmen Carlos (AL) meet record 10:15.70; boys race is a burner, three under 9:10. Our team of Todd Grasley, Rob Settle, and Joe Mizereck are on-site in Tallahassee.
Here is your master guide for all you need to know to get your FSU Relays on this weekend.
The 34th FSU Relays, one of the largest and most competitive track & field meets in the South, begin Friday at Mike Long Track on the Florida State campus. More than 2,400 high school, college and post-collegiate athletes, will compete in the two-day affair that will feature some of the nation’s most talented athletes.